Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statistics

The latest data and analysis on coronavirus (COVID-19) in Northern Ireland and its effect on the economy and society.

Weekly Deaths

NISRA weekly provisional death statistics, which are based on death registration information collected by the General Register Office, count all deaths where COVID-19 was mentioned on the death certificate by the doctor who certified the death, whether or not COVID-19 was the primary underlying cause of death.

 

Department of Health Daily Dashboard

NISRA statisticians within the Department of Health have introduced a daily dashboard of statistics relating to COVID-19. It covers a range of issues of public interest during the pandemic, these statistics are presented at a range of geographical levels as well as age and gender breakdowns.

The statistics on deaths reported daily on the dashboard refer to individuals reported as having had a positive result for SARS-COV2 within 28 days of the death, whether or not COVID-19 was the cause of death. These focus mainly, but not exclusively, on hospital-based deaths.

Police Recorded Crime in Northern Ireland

PSNI has published an exceptional release presenting police recorded crime statistics at Northern Ireland level, covering the changes in crime levels experienced since COVID-19 lockdown measures were introduced on 23 March. This bulletin, first published on 6 May, will be published on a weekly basis until 25 June 2020 when the normal monthly publication schedule will resume.

Management Information on Domestic abuse calls

PSNI has published an exceptional release presenting weekly management information on domestic abuse calls received by PSNI since the COVID-19 lockdown measures were introduced on 23 March. The weekly publication of this release will be reviewed in mid-June.

ONS Coronavirus (COVID-19) Webpage

The latest ONS data and analysis on coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK.


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